VEDIC MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER
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Following Newsletter 13
Two courses start soon in Manchester, England.
Introductory Course at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Manchester, England. Presented by Dr N.Prinja
This is a 12 week course starting from Saturday 13th January 2001. Time: 10 am – 11:00. Venue: King's Way High School, Foxland Rd, Cheadle, Stockport. There is a five pound registration fee on the first day, and then twenty five pounds for the whole course (£30 in total). Further details from Gaurav Kant Prinja, tel. 0161 980 5566, email
Some of the topics covered are:
'All from Nine and the Last from Ten'
Multiplication and division by, 'Vertically and Crosswise' multiplication of numbers, and multiplication and division of algebra.
'By One More than the Previous One'
'Transpose and Apply' division of numbers and algebra
'Straight Division' dividing anything!
'By Completion or Non-Completion' quadratics and simple cubics
'Duplex, Squaring and Square roots'
Four evening classes introducing Vedic Mathematics at Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England in the John Dalton extension. 17th, 24th, 31st January, 14th February 2001. 7 pm - 9 pm.
The course will be suitable for anyone with a general interest in mathematics and also for teachers of mathematics at Key Stages 2, 3 and 4. Since the whole emphasis of the Vedic system is different from the outset, participants will be given the opportunity to practice the methods.
1 Essential Elements of Vedic Mathematics
2 Mathematics with Smiles - any Multiplication in One Line
3 The Crowning Gem and other Division Methods
4 Maths or Magic? - Recurring Decimals and their Applications
More details from Kenneth Williams at
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6th January 2001